Planning an Italian Adventure?

I love travelling. For me travel is an experience which creates wealth in my life. I’ve brought Miss H up to understand that you can buy things, you most likely love them when you first get them, but they won’t be what you remember in years to come. I can count the childhood memories of shopping with my parents on one hand, but the fun times we experienced together on family holidays are endless ...

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Ever felt like a bad mother?

Ever felt like a terrible mother? That was me two weeks ago as I put Miss H on the school bus which was taking her to the airport and a 10 hour flight to Sri Lanka for a hockey tour. I know what you’re thinking, how lucky is she? And yes she is, so why did I feel so bad? She had everything she needed for the trip, new bikini’s, tour kit, hockey stick, my favourite mineral suncream and tonsillitis ...

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7 favourite yoga stretches this travel season

Staying fit and healthy when I’m traveling is a must so I make sure I travel with essential nutrition and stretch as I go so I don’t arrive stiff and jaded. Here are my favourite stretches which you can do at the airport, on the plane, in the arrivals hall and by the pool. These are great for anybody and at any time but especially when you’re on a long haul flight. Make sure you keep moving on ...

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How to Survive a Long Haul Flight

I love travelling, it’s one of the reasons working for myself is so great. I really do get to plan my diary and take off when and where I like. When Miss H first started at a private school I was so shocked by the length of the school holidays and wondered how anyone with a ‘proper job’ would ever cope. For me working from home and being able to be there for her into her teens has been so ...

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How to stay healthy on vacation

We’re about to break up for summer. The dreaded GCSE exams come to an end and the summer is ours to play with. For me that means fun, unexpected opportunities to socialise with friends, family and my gorgeous Arbonne team and an increased pressure on how to eat and stay healthy especially when travelling. That’s why it’s important to always keep some essentials with me at all times so I know I ...

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Healthy snack bars for fuel on the go

I have a new healthy treat in my lunch box this week! I’m always looking for healthy, low or no sugar snacks which I can eat when I feel the need for a quick pick me when out and about or on the go. Sometimes a homemade bar wrapped in foil or in a plastic container just doesn’t cut it and you need a more portable bar. If you do have the time to make your own, here’s my go-to recipe for protein ...

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Skin detox with Rescue & Renew

Arbonne have just launched their new Rescue & Renew range to reinvigorate and help detox your skin and your mind. Having just returned from Las Vegas and Arbonne’s Global Training conference I really see the power of detoxification. My skin is in a mess. My legs and arms are really dry from sun exposure, chemicals in the swimming pool and generally over doing it! You know what I say - put ...

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How I made my own hat

You know what they say … If you want to get ahead, get a hat. With the renewed popularity in vintage style and fashion and the likes of Kate Middleton indulging in wearing hats for all sorts of occasions, the humble hat is making a comeback. And thanks to Louise Brooks and Vikkie Brand at Hats from the Hall you can create your own, bespoke, creation for a wedding or party, or just because you’re ...

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Live your greatest life with this one day event

One of the things I love about working with Wellbeing Clients is the growth that they experience in all areas of their life as they start to take a more holistic approach to their health and wellbeing. When I first joined Arbonne as an Independent Consultant, they taught me about the power of personal learning and it is something I have fully embraced. We now have so much information at our ...

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Finding the Northern Lights – our visit to Norway

Ah… I just love winter. The cold, bright days and a hoar frost spreading its silvery hands across the lawn and hedgerows. I was so excited last week when we had our first frost. While others were bemoaning how cold it had got (believe me, after returning from our Arbonne trip to the Bahamas at the end of October we’re feeling the cold too), I was celebrating the fact that a frost means that I can ...

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